Timeless are pleased to offer an unusual bronze mount depicting the head of a woman, and dating from the 1st - 3rd Century A.D.
It isn't always clear what Roman mounts were actually mounted on, but they are normally thought to have been either chariot, horse tack, or furniture fittings. This particular piece is around 2cm in length and is patinated a beautiful chocolate brown, with a fixing lug to the reverse.
Now available in the Timeless Galleries
ROMAN HEAD OF A WOMAN
Acquired by Timeless on the UK Antiquities market, 2020. From a private home counties collection, formed 1970 - 1980